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    You never run PFDAVADMIN from the exchange server since it requires .net 1.1 and that will break OWA.

    You always want to install .net framework 1.1 on your workstation and run PFDavAdmin from your workstation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qcomer View Post
    You never run PFDAVADMIN from the exchange server since it requires .net 1.1 and that will break OWA.

    You always want to install .net framework 1.1 on your workstation and run PFDavAdmin from your workstation.
    You should ideally have a admin server/workstation with all your tools.

    You can run PFDavAdmin on Exchange, depends on what role Exchange is configured to do. Do this all the time.

    Sukh

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